Hospital CEO receives award
Last updated 10/16/2021 at 5:17pm
PORTALES — Roosevelt General Hospital’s chief executive officer has received a Senior-Level Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award from the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
Kaye Green, the Portales hospital’s CEO, received the award, which recognizes “ACHE members who are experienced in the field and have made significant contributions to the advancement of healthcare management excellence and the achievement of ACHE’s goals,” according to a release from the hospital.
Among other qualities, the award recognizes leadership ability; innovative and creative management; and organizational development ability, the news release stated.
Green received the award on Sept. 30 from Stephen Stoddard, ACHE’s regent for New Mexico and Southwest Texas, and executive director of the New Mexico Rural Hospital Network, according to the news release.
Green has served as Chief Executive Officer at Roosevelt General Hospital in Portales since 2017. Previously, she served as CEO of a large hospital system in North Carolina, the news release stated.
Green has acquired state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment capabilities for the hospital, and she continues to recruit additional medical and surgical specialists, according to the news release.
She has served as board president of the New Mexico Rural Hospital Network and chairs the New Mexico Hospital Association’s Quality Committee.
Green serves as president of the United Way of Eastern New Mexico board, and is an honorary Commander at Cannon Air Force Base, the news release stated.
She is also a member of Altrusa and the Portales Women’s Club.
According to its website, ACHE is dedicated to advancing healthcare leadership excellence and has more than 48,000 members nationwide.